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  • rose water m

    Use a tea pot in the place of a yarn bowl to keep your skeins secure. Cute idea!

  • Erica Shuler

    Use a tea pot in the place of a yarn bowl to keep your skeins secure. What a great idea!!!!!

  • Jodiebodie World

    Use a tea pot in the place of a yarn bowl to keep your skeins secure. Awesome idea! yarn storage feed working

  • minnie moonstone

    Teapot yarn ball holder - the ultimate in yarn bowls! Suits me to a 'T' , personally! #minniemoonstone

  • Suzanne Broadhurst

    Oh I need to find that cute teapot I put away! Use a tea pot in the place of a yarn bowl to keep your skeins secure. Awesome idea!

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